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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 7:47 pm 
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Boy, 14, raped step-brothers and sister
14 September 2007

A neglected boy who raped his step-brothers and sister repeatedly after he was exposed to hard core pornography, has been locked up indefinitely.

The 14-year-old was also accused of having sex with two animals.

Snaresbrook Crown Court heard he threatened his three younger siblings and warned them not to tell anyone after forcing them into a bedroom or bathroom to assault them at the family's homes in Dagenham and Beckton.

The children have been left so traumatised they refuse to sleep in their own beds and they wrap themselves tightly in their duvets.

When the boy's mother was told, she disowned him and dumped all his belongings, the court heard.

The court heard the boy, who lived with his mother and step-father, was seen "without his shoes and without his coat wandering around in circles crying".

The children - aged between five and 10 - told police how they had been assaulted lots of times.

The boy admitted nine charges of rape between 31 December 2004 - when he was aged 12 - and 9 January 2007.

Charges of bestiality were not proceeded with.

Valerie Charbit, defending, told the court the boy was also a victim and had suffered abuse.

He was put on the "at risk'"register, and was neglected at home, often being left alone for long periods of time, she said.

She said: "He was the subject of domestic violence. He experienced serious and persistent violence in the family home and believed that he was partially responsible for the violence.

"He also had access to pornographic videos at a young age."

The boy was detained for the public protection after the judge ruled there was a serious risk of him committing similar offences.

Source: Barking & Dagenham Recorder UK.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 3:12 am 
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Police seek to have boy charged with sexual assault of brother
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September 14, 2007

FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Fond du Lac police are seeking to have criminal charges filed against a 10-year-old Fond du Lac boy on accusations he sexually assaulted his 7-year-old stepbrother.

A police report says Fond du Lac County social services officials alerted officers to the alleged sexual contact.

Someone allegedly walked in on the two boys August 31st and observed them kissing. The report says the 7-year-old boy told Social Services officials that the 10-year-old boy had him remove his clothes and sexually assaulted him.

The report also says the younger boy stated such sexual contact occurred two months earlier.

The boys lived at the same home in Fond du Lac when the alleged assault occurred. But a police report says the older boys grandmother has since assumed custody of that boy.

Fond du Lac police documents say two proposed counts of sexual assault of a child have been referred to juvenile intake officials against the 10-year-old boy.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2007 6:16 am 
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Sept 19, 2007

Boys, 9 and 11, Charged in Sex Assault

HOWELL, Mich. (AP) -- Two boys, ages 9 and 11, have been charged with forcing a 7-year-old boy to perform oral sex on them on a school bus.

The boys, charged in juvenile court, could be placed on Michigan's sex offender registry for life if they are convicted, The Ann Arbor News reported Tuesday.

The incident reportedly took place in May. The boys - accused of first- and second-degree criminal sexual conduct and gross indecency between males - are students at Howell Elementary School, about 45 miles northwest of Detroit.

Authorities will request an evaluation to determine whether the sexual contact was predatory or experimentation, Livingston County Prosecutor David L. Morse said.

The 11-year-old was released Friday on a $25,000 personal bond. He is required to be monitored by an adult at all times and is not allowed to spend the night at his mother's house if his two younger siblings are present.

The 9-year-old was charged in August, but the status of his case wasn't available Tuesday.

The 11-year-old's court-appointed lawyer said his client pleaded not guilty, and he called the court conditions excessive.

"In the blink of an eye, he went from being a boy to being a man before the court," attorney Carolyn Henry said.

The father of the 7-year-old reported the incident to police after catching his son performing oral sex on his younger brother at home, WHMI-FM reported. The 7-year-old later told police that the 9-year-old boy forced him to perform sex acts on him several times on the bus, the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus reported.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2007 6:18 am 
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Boy, 6, accused of sex abuse

Bridie Smith
September 19, 2007

THE Education Department has investigated claims a six-year-old student ran a "sex club" at an eastern suburban primary school, involving up to up to half a dozen grade 1 students.

One mother said her son, also six, was asked to perform a sex act, and that the alleged perpetrator also exposed his genitals to students.

Following an investigation, the department has admitted that the student exposed students to sexual conversations and proposed activities, but denied the existence of a "sex club". The alleged perpetrator received counselling.

The mother has been unable to make a police report because the law states sexual assault by a child under 10 cannot be prosecuted.

"Victims of a perpetrator who is under the age of 10 should still have the same rights as any other victim of a sexual crime," she said.

The case puts the Brumby Government under pressure to address the problem, barely two months after releasing new procedures guiding parents, teachers and schools on how to respond to allegations of student sexual assault.

The woman is critical of the department's investigation of sexual assault and bullying in schools and has united with parents from four other state schools to form SWAG, the Student Welfare Action Group.

The group will lobby to have the department's Student Critical Incident Advisory Unit removed from the department and established as an independent body, such as the ombudsman's office.

Parents Victoria executive officer Gail McHardy said the case raised concerns about the ability of the current legislation to protect young children. "There's a whole lot of questions around the children who are under 10. If the police can't take a statement, then how can they report their incident and then who takes carriage of it?"

Shadow education minister Martin Dixon, who will meet SWAG next month, said that, while he did not think the critical incident unit should be removed from the department, any investigation should be fair and open.

"The culture (in the department) seems to be one of hiding the problem instead of fixing the problem," he said. There was a "gaping hole" in the regulations, which needed to be re-written.

But consulting psychologist John Cheetham said six-year-olds did not have a developed sense of right and wrong. "They are too young to put themselves into someone else's shoes," he said. "We've got to be very careful about putting an adult take on it, it's all about context."

A department spokeswoman said the school acted appropriately, and "counselling had been offered to the students".

Source: The Age.

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Belgian girl, 10, is mother of boy

Sept. 28, 2007

CHARLEROI, Belgium, Sept. 28 (UPI) -- A 10-year-old Belgian girl and her 13-year-old boyfriend reportedly had a baby boy together last year.

Belgium"s Expatica said Friday that the birth took place in Charleroi after the girl"s parents took her to a doctor for treatment of unexplained abdominal pain and weight gain.

"When we examined her it turned out she was nine months pregnant," Dr. Robert Chef told Expatica. "The child was carrying a full term baby."

Mother and son recovered in the children"s ward where the classmate-father visited.
The baby is being raised by the girl"s grandmother, Expatica said.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:31 am 
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Tennis coach in court for 'sex with pupil, 13'

By Natalie Paris and agencies
2 October 2007

A Lawn Tennis Association coach has been accused of conducting a sexual relationship with her 13-year-old female pupil, a court has heard.

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Tennis coach in court for sex with pupil, 13. Coach Claire Lyte "loved" the victim.

Former tennis professional Claire Lyte, 29, faces five counts of unlawful sexual activity with the girl but denies the allegations.

Lyte of Shirley, Solihull in the West Midlands, was the LTA's young coach of the year in 2001 and taught the victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, at the LTA training academy in Loughborough between 2005 and 2006.

Prosecution barrister Peter Davies told the court the pair were having a consensual sexual relationship. "The relationship between coach and student transcended the bounds of a normal relationship," he said. "And despite repeated warnings the defendant continued.

"The Crown says the defendant was attracted to the victim and the attraction became mutual." He said the jury would hear evidence from text messages and letters which the victim sent to Lyte and which were found in Lyte's bedroom at her parents' home in the West Midlands.

The court heard that the defence will argue that all the allegations had been manufactured by the victim's mother, described as "pushy and ambitious".

Mr Davies said that in October 2005 Lyte and the victim had attended a tennis competition in Yorkshire and decided to spend the night at the victim's home in Merseyside, where they expected the victim's mother to be out. But the mother returned home and found two pairs of tennis shoes outside the child's bedroom door. Jurors heard that the mother pushed open the door and found the defendant and her daughter indulging in a sex act.

Mr Davies said: "There followed a lengthy argument, during which the defendant said she cared for and loved the victim."

Despite this, the victim's mother continued to allow her daughter to be coached by Lyte. She waited until March the following year before making an official complaint to police.Mr Davies said she decided not to report Lyte in part because of her daughter's strong feelings for the tennis coach.

Source: The Daily Telegraph UK

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 8:17 pm 
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Tennis coach 'demanded lesbian sex'

By David Sapsted
3 October 2007

An award winning female tennis coach threatened to end the career of a promising schoolgirl player unless she had sex with her, a court has heard.

The alleged victim - who was aged 13 when she came under the tutelage of Lawn Tennis Association coach Claire Lyte - claimed that Lyte threatened to have her thrown out of the LTA's academy at Loughborough if she told anyone of the affair.

"I never wanted to do any of it," the girl told the court. "She (Lyte) told me what to do.

"She said if I was to say anything to anybody she would hurt me and she would stop my tennis completely and would tell the academy to get rid of me."

The girl, now 15, was giving evidence at Liverpool Crown Court where Lyte, 29, from Shirley, West Midlands, denies five charges of unlawful sexual activity with a child.

Lyte, who gave the girl instruction at Loughborough in 2005-06, was allegedly caught by the girl's mother as she had sex in the youngster's bedroom in October two years ago.

The defence claims that the allegations are untrue and that they were made up maliciously by the girl's mother.

Cross-examining the girl yesterday, David Mason, defending, asked her why, if it were true that she had been caught in bed with Lyte, she had not taken the opportunity to speak out about Lyte's alleged threats and previous sexual abuse.

"If it is true that you were caught by your mother having sex with the defendant, it must have been a blessed relief," he said. "But you didn't tell anybody. You carried on, didn't you? Why did you lie to the police?"

The girl admitted that she had lied to the police by telling them that the incident in her bedroom was an isolated one. But she added: "I was still terrified of what would happen.

"I wanted to carry on with my tennis. It was always what I wanted to do."

The court had earlier been told that the mother had not gone to the police after finding Lyte in her daughter's bed until the following year because she was concerned about the effects it might have on the girl's tennis career.

As a result, Lyte remained the girl's coach and the pair continued to attend tennis tournaments together and share accommodation for almost a year afterwards.

In an interview recorded by police after Lyte's arrest, the girl said that the sexual encounter with Lyte in her bedroom had occurred after the former Wimbledon player had driven her home after the pair had been away for two days at a tournament.

The girl said that, after she got home, she went upstairs to have a shower. When she came out of the bathroom, she said that she had found Lyte in her bedroom.

Asked in the interview if she knew that what they were doing was wrong, the girl replied: "Yeah. I was scared of saying anything. Tennis wasn't working out and I was scared of what would happen if I said something.

"It should not have happened. I don't know how to say it. We were in bed (doing) something that we shouldn't have been doing."

She told police that when her mother had discovered the pair in bed together, she was angry and had shouted at Lyte.

"Mum was going to tell the police, because it's wrong," said the girl. "She (Lyte) is in a place where she shouldn't do that. I'm too young."

The case continues.

Source: Telegraph UK

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2007 3:30 pm 
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Boy, 15, gets 60 years for StL County sex attack of girl, 6

By William C. Lhotka
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
15 November 2007

CLAYTON -- A judge sentenced to 60 years in prison this morning a teenager who had pleaded guilty of kidnapping, beating and sexually assaulting a neighbor in Spanish Lake on Nov. 11, 2005, when he was 13 and she was 6.

St. Louis County Circuit Judge Melvyn W. Wiesman imposed the sentence on Sherman Burnett Jr., now 15 and the youngest inmate ever housed in the county jail.

In imposing the lengthy sentence -- Burnett will be ineligible for parole until at least the year 2056, when he is 64 -- Wiesman rejected confining Burnett in a juvenile offender program in Montgomery City, Mo., where Burnett could have gotten a chance at probation as early as age 17.

Testimony this morning disclosed that Burnett had blamed, in part, the 6-year-old for his own misfortune and had denied any sexual assaults in a recent interview with a state employee, even though he had pleaded guilty on Aug. 10 of sodomy and attempted rape, along with child kidnapping and assault.

Brent Buerck is a senior program administrator for the Missouri Division of Youth Services. He testified that he interviewed Burnett to see if the teen would be eligible for a dual jurisdiction juvenile program of his agency and the Department of Corrections.

Under questioning by prosecutor Rob Livergood, Buerck said he was told by Burnett that the incident was caused because the victim had thrown a rock at him, and Burnett had denied he tried to rape her. Buerck confirmed that there was no evidence in any of the records or police reports he saw to substantiate Burnett's new claims or to rebut the victim's statements about the attack on Nov. 11, 2005.

Buerck said, however, that it was not unusual for a teenager to minimize his crimes, and Burnett had qualified for the program. Buerck added under Livergood's questioning that Burnett had told him: ``he beat her up severely so she wouldn't remember anything.''

Under the juvenile offender program sought by defense attorney Nellie Ribaudo, Burnett would get counseling, sex offender treatment and education that he couldn't get in prison. He would have hearings when he turned 17 to see if he should continue in the program and again at 21. In that hearing, Buerck said, a judge would decide if Burnett was eligible for probation or would be turned over to the prison system for the balance of his sentence.

Wiesman rejected juvenile custody, saying Burnett was an inappropriate candidate ``in light of the severity of the assault and what appears to be a threat to the community.''

The judge then sentenced Burnett to 20 years in prison each on counts of child kidnapping and assault; and 10 years each on charges of sodomy and atttempted rape. The sentences are to be served consecutively and Burnett will be ineligible for parole until he serves 85 percent or 51 years.

Burnett showed no emotion when Wiesman pronounced sentence. Seven members of his family appeared stunned. Also in court this morning were the victim and her mother. They made no oral statement.

From her hospital bed at St. Louis Children's Hospital two days after the assault, the victim picked out Burnett from a school yearbook picture. She had half an ear torn off, a lascerated liver, a skull fracture and bruises from the top of her head to her thighs.

She told police she couldn't walk after the attack. She crawled through a hole in a fence near railroad tracks but could go no further and, as night descended in woods near her house, she tried to cover herself with leaves. A police officer found her the next morning after a massive neighborhood search.

Source: St. Louis Today.

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13-year-old girl arrested for alleged school bus assaults

By Andrew Wellner
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Published on Wednesday, January 16, 2008

PALMER — A 13-year-old Sutton girl is being held in the Mat-Su Youth Facility after two boys said she sexually assaulted them on a school bus.

The boys, also 13, of Sutton, said the girl touched them over their clothing, Palmer Police Det. Kelly Turney said. Police went to Palmer Junior Middle School Jan. 9 to investigate and ended up arresting the girl.

Turney said little information could be released about the incident since all the involved parties are juveniles and that a press release discussing the case was necessarily brief and vague.

"All people see is what we can release, but I can tell you it"s not that simple," Turney said.

He said officers weighed the facts of the case and decided that two charges of second-degree harassment and one each of second-degree sexual assault and attempted second-degree sexual assault were appropriate.

"You balance the public safety, the safety of the victims and then you take a look at those and you balance those with what"s going to be the best decision to be made to reach those goals," Turney said.

Officer discretion allows for a range of options, he said, from issuing a verbal warning and releasing the suspect to his or her parents on one end to putting the suspect in jail on the other.

Turney said that while he could not discuss the specifics of the evidence collected, in this case the facts justified incarcerating the girl.

"In general, if you have an instance where a behavior is occurring and another person, whether it be an adult or a juvenile, and that behavior is asked to cease and that behavior continues ... you have to follow through on that," Turney said.

The detective has heard a little of what the community has been saying publicly about the arrest and some folks seem upset officers arrested a 13-year-old girl. But police, he said, are gender-blind.

"Reverse the genders and if a boy, generally speaking, if a boy touches a girl inappropriately on the school bus and the school district and the police don"t take action, can you imagine the outcry there would be?" Turney said.

Turney said Wednesday that no bail amount has been set for the girl.

Contact Andrew Wellner at andrew.wellner@frontiersman.com or 352-2270.

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February 1, 2008
Rapist aged 11 drank lager and vodka before attack
Murad Ahmed

A boy who admitted raping a seven-year-old girl when he was 11 has become one of the youngest children to be convicted of the offence in this country.

The child, now 12, who cannot be named for legal reasons, attacked the girl during a drunken truth-or-dare game, a court was told. The boy drank four cans of lager and two miniature bottles of vodka before the attack.

Newcastle Crown Court was told yesterday that the boy had had a troubled upbringing that included being exposed to pornography and physical abuse and had witnessed domestic violence.

The rape, which lasted less than a minute, took place in Gateshead on September 15, 2006, the court heard.

The boy will spend the next three years under supervision, where he will receive treatment for his behaviour, after the court was told that he had difficulty understanding the consequences of what he had done.

In 2004, 12-year-old Kyle Abdo became Britain's youngest-known rapist after he was convicted of attacking a nine-year-old girl. Abdo, who was 11 at the time of the incident, attacked the girl during a game of hide-and-seek at his home. In that case, the judge lifted naming restrictions.

In yesterday"s hearing, Penny Moreland, for the prosecution, said that the child was arrested after the girl told her mother what had happened.

She said: "In interview, the defendant made full and frank admissions." While being interviewed by police the boy admitted engaging in other sexual activity, including the alleged rape of a four-year-old boy.

Social services and child psychologist reports said the boy presented a high risk of further offending on both sexes if not given proper treatment.

Because of the defendant"s age, Judge Michael Cartlidge ordered barristers to remove their wigs, and allowed the boy to sit at the back of the court with accompanying adults.

The boy was also placed on the sex offenders register for two years and banned for life from working with children. Judge Cartlidge said: "You have done something very wicked indeed and I hope over time you will learn what that is."

Source: Times Online UK.

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Boy, 12, placed on sex offender's register after raping younger boy before he'd let him play on trampoline
22nd February 2008

A 12-year-old boy has been convicted of raping a younger boy as payment for him being allowed to play on a trampoline.

A jury at Bradford Crown Court heard a boy aged five was forced to perform a sex act on the older boy, in return for being allowed to play on the trampoline in a garden in Bradford, West Yorkshire in August last year.

The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been cleared of similar charges against an eight-year-old.

He will be placed on the Sex Offenders Register and sentenced on 28th March.

John Lodge, prosecuting, told the jury of seven women and five men there might have been an element of childish experimentation by the 12-year-old.

He said: "This case is about three children. Rape can be a dreadful and unspeakable crime but it covered a wide variety of different acts."

He said the boy at the centre of the alegations was accused of rape and sexual touching. After the sex acts, the boy told his young victims not to tell anyone, the jury heard.

But the five-year-old went straight to his grandmother and the police were called.

The prosecution said the 12-year-old admitted he asked the younger child to perform a sex act but insisted to police that nothing had actually happened with either boy.

The eight-year-old told the jury via video link that the 12-year-old threatened to slap him if he didn't do as he was told. "It was gross, horrible and weird," he said.

He said he originally denied anything sexual had happened because he was scared his pocket money would be stopped or he would not be believed. He said that when he was abused he felt sad to be doing "something so ridiculous."

The 12-year-old will be placed on the Sex Offenders Register and sentenced on 28 March.

The Crown Prosecution Service said it believed the 12-year-old boy was the youngest person to be convicted of rape in West Yorkshire.

Neil Franklin, chief crown prosecutor for West Yorkshire, said: "Any case where the perpetrator and victim are both children will always involve extremely difficult decisions and very careful judgement on the part of prosecutors, particularly where there is evidence of a sexual crime.

"We are satisfied that the right decisions were taken in dealing with this case."

During the trial the judge sat without his formal wig and gown to avoid intimidating the young defendant.

Source: Daily Mail UK.

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N.Y. man charged with having sex with Bergen boy
Thursday, July 17, 2008
BY ASHLEY KINDERGAN

A 19-year-old Bronx man was arrested and charged with having sex with a 13-year-old River Edge boy, authorities said today.

The boy told investigators that that he and John Ferrante Jr. had intercourse and oral sex twice at his home the past few weeks and watched pornography a few times since March, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said in a news release.

Authorities arrested Ferrante on Monday and charged him with sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child, police said.

Ferrante is being held on $250,000 bail at the Bergen County Jail.

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The boy told investigators that that he and John Ferrante Jr. had intercourse and oral sex twice at his home the past few weeks and watched pornography a few times since March, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said in a news release.

Authorities arrested Ferrante on Monday and charged him with sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child, police said.

Ferrante is being held on $250,000 bail at the Bergen County Jail.

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Woman accused of threatening teen daughter's ex
October 8, 2008

ST. CHARLES, Ill. (AP) — A woman is accused of badgering her daughter's teenage ex-boyfriend with hundreds of e-mails and text messages and threatening to post nude images of him on the Internet unless he started seeing the girl again, a prosecutor said Wednesday.

According to a Sleepy Hollow police officer's sworn affidavit, investigators began looking into the matter Aug. 21 after the 13-year-old boy's parents reported that he had received hundreds of threatening e-mails and text messages from the woman, the Daily Herald of Arlington Heights reported.

The parents told police that the boy and his 13-year-old girlfriend had exchanged nude photos of themselves over their cell phones, and that after the breakup, the girl's 42-year-old mother threatened to post the boy's pictures online unless he reunited with her daughter, the newspaper reported.

Police are pursuing counts of intimidation, harassment and child pornography possession in the case, according to the newspaper. Investigators are analyzing cell phones and computers seized from the girl's home and school.

Kane County State's Attorney John Barsanti said that no charges have been filed and that the case has been turned over to a unit of the state's attorney's office that handles Internet investigations. He called it "an odd situation."

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Deborah Orr: Underage sex is as bad for boys as for girls

It's ridiculous to suggest a 14-year-old boy is a predator, while a girl is a victim

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

It is not helpful to describe Sharon Edwards as "walking free" from court. The 40-year-old pleaded guilty this week to four charges of sexual activity with a child, and one of offering to supply Class A drugs. She may not indeed be in jail, but nor is she entirely at liberty.

Edwards received a 12-month suspended sentence and was ordered to register as a sex offender for five years. Further, Edwards has been thoroughly named, and thoroughly shamed. Due largely to the extraordinary summing up given by the judge in the case, Peter Fox QC, her crimes have been widely reported. The judge accepted that Edwards had been, "a very unhappy lady for a very considerable period of time when this 14-year-old boy seduced you, and not you him, both so far as sexual matters and drugs are concerned".

Children's charities have been quick to condemn the remarks of the judge, as well they might. It is not unusual for boys or girls to develop fixations on adults, and it is preposterous to suggest that it is the fault of the child if the object of their desires happens to be an adult who is unable, for whatever reason, to deal appropriately with such a situation. Intercourse with a minor is illegal, and Edwards' guilty plea suggests that she understands this better than the judge does. It is the attitude of the judge, rather than the sentence Edwards has received, that is the troubling aspect of this case.

Even though Edwards is not a teacher, but a housewife, her case does have echoes of the Amy Gehring case six years ago, in which the supply teacher was acquitted after having sexual encounters with several pupils, including intercourse with a 16-year-old. Gehring had become "friends" with a cohort of her pupils, and insisted that: "These boys weren't stupid. They knew what they were doing. I know the law's there to protect children from criminal activity. They knew what they were doing."

Gehring's case attracted wide publicity, with many people in agreement with the biology teacher that most boys who discovered that an older woman was willing to have sex with them, would simply count themselves lucky, and that no harm could possibly have been done to them. It is widely considered — and this seems to be a view shared by Judge Peter Fox — that boys simply cannot be "taken advantage of".

Yet boys most certainly can be, as the harrowing details of a recent television documentary, Chosen, attest. In this film three men who had attended the highly regarded Caldicott prep school, in Buckinghamshire, told of the systematic grooming and abuse they had endured at the school during the 1960s and 1970s.

All of them had felt as though they were part of a special elite of favoured children while the abuse was occurring, and did not fully realise how greatly they had been damaged until they were older. One of them, who had waited until his parents had died before he pursued justice, eventually succeeded in securing a conviction against his abuser, who all those years later had still been teaching.

Each of these men explains that the abuse visited on him as a child has had a profound and damaging effect on the rest of his life, and there is little reason to dispute this. But of course, few people do tend to dispute whether sexual abuse can damage young teenagers when the abuse is homosexual.

I doubt whether Judge Peter Fox would have dared, in the current climate, even to have suggested that a 40-year-old man was the innocent party, had he been knowingly "seduced" by either a 14-year-old girl or a 14-year-old boy. The attitudes of the judge suggest a fearful contempt for males, who are old enough at 14 to be routinely considered as sophisticated sexual predators.

Yet they also suggest a patronising contempt for females, whose mere "unhappiness" is enough to excuse the vulnerable creatures when they are unable to behave like adults. And they insult children most, of course, because they flout the idea that until they are 16, they deserve to be protected by the law.

The really worrying thing is that the judge's awful perspective reflects a widespread confusion, in law and in wider society, about children, adults and sexual matters. At the time of her encounters Gehring was not breaking the law by having sex with a 16-year-old pupil, even though she was a teacher. Before she came to trial though, in 2002, it was made an offence "for any person in a position of trust and responsibility to have any form of sexual relations with someone under 18 who is in their care".

Yet not everyone is happy with this situation either. Earlier in the month, Chris Keates, general secretary of the NASUWT, questioned whether it was right that teachers entering into relationships with people over the age of sexual consent should be branded, technically, as sex offenders. He argues that: "This isn't a person who is showing any tendencies for being a sex offender; this is a person who has made a serious error of professional judgement."

Oddly, it is this particular case, which involved neither a teacher, nor a young adult aged between 16 and 18, that illustrates most forcefully all that is wrong with this idea that the policing of relationships between people who are fully adult and people who can still be regarded as vulnerable can be chopped and changed according to the job that an adult does.

First, it is crucial that the law treats all children equally. Its ridiculous to suggest that a 14-year-old schoolboy is a sexual predator, but that a 18-year-old schoolgirl cannot possibly know her own mind. The age of sexual consent is 16, and any adult who abuses that legal boundary must be held responsible for his or her actions. Even here, and to be kind to the judge, perhaps this was what he was struggling to vocalise, matters are not clear cut. A person who crosses this boundary is not necessarily a "sex offender" or a "paedophile" except technically. It is certainly true that this powerful label, which denotes a person who pathologically views children as sexual objects, is bandied around rather too freely at present.

Second, it is crucial that the law expects similar standards from all adults, even when they are of a fairly similar age. All adults should consider themselves to be in "a position of trust and responsibility" over children, not just those who work with them, however precocious a child may appear.

Other professionals are not expected to conduct sexual liaisons with their clients, and nor should people in the teaching profession, whatever age their "clients" are. As for people under 16, no one should be having sexual relations with them at all, whatever the excuses they may offer. No judge should think otherwise.

Source: The Independent UK.

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Mom Talks About Alleged Abuse At Casino Day Care
4 December 2008

(WCCO) The mother of a toddler that was allegedly physically and sexually assaulted by a 9-year-old child is speaking out.

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The 3-year-old's mother said the boy received cuts and bruises during the attack at Kids Quest.

It's been nearly a year since the alleged incident happened at Grand Casino Mille Lacs. It apparently took place here in the Kids Quest child care center owned by New Horizons. A pending lawsuit is stalled because of a dispute over a key piece of evidence.

"When they brought him I was mortified. He was beaten head to toe," said the victim's mother, who wants to remain anonymous to protect her son's identity. She recalls the shock she felt after seeing her 3-year-old son that she left for about an hour and a half at Kids Quest while she had a birthday dinner to go to.

"He had bruising on his cheeks, on his neck. He had a ruptured blood vessel in his eye, a scratch along his eye," she said. All of that happened allegedly at the hands of an older boy. "Sick to my stomach that a 9-year-old could beat my son to that degree," said the victim's mom.

The day after the apparent abuse the doctor had more distressing news. "He had assaulted him sexually. And so they immediately did tests, called Mille Lacs Police," said the victim's mom. The physical abuse was captured on surveillance tape. "It shows what looks to be an older child maybe rough housing a little bit too hard with a younger child," said Rjay Brunkow, the Mille Lacs Band Solicitor General.

Security reports written after reviewing the tape said the 9-year-old boy kicked the toddler in the face, threw him to floor, held him there then carried him to the top of the gym into the tunnel. "It's not a see through tunnel," said Brunkow. That's where the alleged sexual assault took place.

"In every jurisdiction in the state on Minnesota -- if you aren't on tribal land -- you have the right as a victim of a crime to get a copy of a video tape that the police have obtained," said Rich Ruohonen, the victim's attorney. However the Mille Lacs Band will only turn over the tape to the boy's attorney if they "write the band a letter saying if the band were named as a defendant in the lawsuit, that the video tape would not be used against the band," said Brunkow.

"It would be irresponsible of me as a lawyer, in representing my clients, to agree to that without at least seeing it," said Ruohonen. Meantime a distraught mother copes with a traumatized child. "Since this, he's a completely different boy. He lashes out at myself, my mother, but my daughter is the main focus of his aggression," said the victim's mom. "I just wish they'd give us the tape to understand what my son went through."

The boy's attorney could plead his case before a tribal judge. That judge would then decide if he could have the tape. The attorney said he'll do that as a last resort. The casino day care where this happened is now closed.

Source: WCCO Minnesota.

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